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  • Cassandra Jenkins Releases New Song “Delphinium Blue”

  • Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Cassandra Jenkins released the second single called “Delphinium Blue” from her upcoming third studio album “My Light, My Destroyer” on May 14, 2024, following “Only One”.

    The new album is set to be released on July 12, 2024.
    She recorded the song at 237, Light Show Studios in Brooklyn, and WaxLTD Studios in Los Angeles.
    The track was written by Cassandra Jenkins and Isaac Eiger. Produced by Andrew Lappin, Isaac Eiger, and Cassandra Jenkins.
    The accompanying music video was directed by Cassandra Jenkins herself.

    Cassandra Jenkins said of the song, “The lyrics of 'Delphinium Blue' had a solitary residence in the back of my mind for years, and the recording process was very collaborative. The song felt like a crustacean crawling around the ocean floor, trying on different shells, until it finally found a home when I called Isaac (Eiger, of Strange Ranger). We got together at his home studio & worked together to shape its form, before I sent it to Andrew Lappin and he agreed to sneak it onto the album as the paint was starting to dry. It felt like just the right outlier, so we worked in Andrew's LA studio to bring it into the world of the album with players like Spencer Zahn on fretless bass, Kosta Galanopolos for some of the more bombastic percussion, and Michael Coleman on synths. It's my melancholy bi-coastal bop.”
  • She continued, “Sometimes when I don't know where to turn, I look for something reliably beautiful. Applying for a job at my local flower shop felt like survival instinct kicking in, and that job got me through one of the bluest periods in my life - being surrounded by flowers didn't just make the weight easier to bear - it helped me understand it and myself better. I began to dream in technicolor; flowers became the language of my subconscious. At times I felt like I was surrounded by a Greek Chorus while I went about my menial tasks - they took on an all knowing quality, like they held the keys if I was willing to listen, like they were porters of my grief, and delicate portals to awareness.”

  • Photo by Pooneh Ghana
  • source : Apple Music
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